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SPARC Student Lightning Talks

SPARC logoWednesday, April 24

Location: Phillips Library

9 a.m.– Shannon Kreiner • "Lollardy and the Christian Woman"

9:20 a.m.– Mary Griffiths • "On Nostalgia and Wounded Heart PTSD in the Civil War"

9:40 a.m.– John-Paul Heil • "Dante: Portrait of a (Probably Particularly) Porous Person"

10 a.m.– John Martin • "iPhone and iPad Apps"

10:20 a.m.– Felipe Cantuaria • "The Development of New Approaches to Music making in the 20th Century"

10:40 a.m.– Leah Maio • "What Could You Do with a Poem if Word Order Didn't Matter? - Tips from Ancient Rome"

11 a.m.– Erin McAloon, Elizabeth Clark, Marge Deane, Stephen Benedon • "Big Two-Hearted River by Ernest Hemingway"

11:20 a.m.– Louis McClain • "Balance of Power Examining Pope Pius XII and Pope Innocent III and their role of Papal Spiritual Authority in relation to Temporal Power"

11:40 a.m.– Caitlin Flay • "It's Complicated"


1 p.m.– Kevin Winzer • "From Idea to Prooduct: A Mountie's Story of Entrepreneurship"

1:20 p.m.– Scott Varga • "Alexander Yakovlev – The Fate of Marxism"

1:40 p.m.– David Nixdorf • "Does Capitalism Promote Negative Personality Traits Any More Than Communism?"

2 p.m.– Theresa Koerner • "Was Feminist Fashion Flattering for Business Success?"

2:20 p.m.– Antonio Tomlinson, Daniel Anaglate, Justin Wykowski • "Good Country People by Flannery O'Connor"

2:40 p.m.– Aaron Murphy • "Know-Nothings and the Preservation of the Union in the 1860s"

3 p.m.– Jasmine Duke • " Early African-American Literature and The Double Consciousness Seesaw"

3:20 p.m.– Jeneane Kuhn • " Tarbell Topples a Titan"

3:40 p.m.– John-Paul Heil • "Guareschi and Wittgenstein: How Italy's Cultural Form of Life Changed After World War II (According to 'Il Mondo Piccolo')"

4 p.m.– Nicholas Warthen • " Getin' into the Groove"

Thursday, April 25

Location: Phillips Library

9 a.m.– Maria Marinelli • "The Square Cycle Problem"

9:20 a.m.– Patrick Perez • "Endless Night: a novel"

9:40 a.m.– Michael Mugno • "Outlining Images using A.I."

10 a.m.– Grace Brock • "W.E.B Du Bois' Double Consciousness"

10:20 a.m.– Michele Paguaga • "The Golden Key: An Escape From Assimilation"

10:40 a.m.– Julian Ptak • "An Introduction to Android Development"

11 a.m.– Tyler Jones • "Monetary Policy & The Stock Prices of Financial Institutions"

11:20 a.m.– Kayla Bishop, Colleen Crann, Thomas Quinlan, Julie Sanders • "Modernism in Willa Cather's 'Neighbor Rosicky' "

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